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Interesting story to go with the brochures: 

"I work in the toy industry with a company that does toy innovation and product development. We work with many toy companies and used to go to New York Toy Fair and would always get their new catalog. In addition to that, we bought out a company similar to ours so any pre-1980 catalogs were acquired then. The receipt from 1975 you are getting is for that company. My guess is they ordered a bunch of Tudor games to experiment with and see if they could come up with any new features to license to Tudor. " - Ian Osborne (seller)

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